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Old October 11, 2016   #16
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You won't be disappointed in the Jimmy Nardello's.
New fav pepper.
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Old October 12, 2016   #17
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I'm getting hungry thinking about those peppers of yours.Enjoy!
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Old October 12, 2016   #18
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Don't forget to use those peppers in either scrambled eggs or a frittata, too! Used to love fried peppers in the scrambled eggs on a good hunk of bread with a dash of cheese. Yum.
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Old October 13, 2016   #19
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Italian peppers roasted in the oven with garlic and olive oil. Add to steamed potatoes.

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Old October 13, 2016   #20
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Italian peppers roasted in the oven with garlic and olive oil. Add to steamed potatoes.


Slice and fry the potatoes in olive oil until tender and edges start to crisp, then toss with the cooked peppers (either fried or roasted as above). Add a slice of rustic Italian bread, and you have "peppe e patate con pane." This was our typical Saturday lunch when I was growing up.

Mom had the timing down and could do peppers and potatoes in the same pan, and have them come out perfectly done at the same time. I haven't attempted the dish frequently enough so I still resort to two separate pans.
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Old October 13, 2016   #21
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Yum, all of the above. Cast iron with potatoes....frittata, egg tarts, etc.

When trying to keep up with harvest i cut into chunks and roast in the oven with onions, garlic, a ripe tom or two, ...this was a hatch and a few habs. Sometimes i freeze chunky but this one i made closer to a puree and froze in smaller portions.

I also more often smoke/roast. I have a side firebox barrel smoker and make parchment lined foil trays for the far end, cooler end, of the smoker.
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